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handled an attack she says happened to her in vegas. she says it started after a member of the california guard walked her back to her hotel room. >> he pushed me down on my bed. >> she says it happened during a training mission. >> all the while i was telling him to stop. don't do it. i'm married. >> master sergeant brown says she immediately reported the sexual assault to her direct soup visor. >> i have no faith in the department. none. >> she believes the national guard failed to properly investigate her sexual assault. >> is this exposing the dysfunction inside the guard? >> yes. >> brown says following the incident she returned to duty where she says she experienced sexual. >>ment and inappropriate touching and it continues for years. >> over and over again. >> why did you get involved here? >> i'm a commander. >> frustrated with the response, lieutenant colonel sent a series of memos. >> do you have any reason to doubt her? >> no. >> no reported action has been taken against another memo commanded that i was the first. >> immediately she would call the air force office of the speci
, the california jurors is comprised of [speaker not understood]. at the chapter here, we very much [speaker not understood] with the courts in recruiting and publicizing what the grand jury is all about. most people you talk to don't know what the civil grand jury is. they think criminal grand jury, barry bonds, but they don't know what the civil grand jury is about. we try to get the word out. because not only do we want people to serve on the grand jury, but i think it's important for people to know what the grand jury is all about. we are the watchdog of the citizens. this is our chance to participate in democracy. to investigate how our taxpayer dollars are being spent. and we need people to do those investigations, but we also need people to be aware of these investigations and the reports that come out. [speaker not understood] and potentially respond. you know, something they find very dear to their heart, they can call their newspaper and say, hey, i read this grand jury report. what are you going to do about it? or they can call the entity that is being investigating and ask, you k
. they didn't say that. >> that's the question before california's highest court this week. the ruling could have a huge impact on the state's massive medical marijuana industry. >>> job growth in silicon valley is outpacing the rest of the nation. but a new report says the income gap between rich and poor is widening. leaving some minorities behind. >>> with the number of people riding bicycles rising fast, san francisco planners roll out a multimillion dollar strategy to add bike lanes, parking stations and other improvements. we'll talk with the head of the san francisco bicycle coalition. >>> plus, california takes the first step to grant special protection to the ocean's top predator. coming up next. >>> good evening, and welcome to "this week in northern california." i'm scott shafer. well, we hoped we'd be talking about this week's super bowl victory parade for the san francisco 49ers, but it didn't quite work out that way. the good news, well, we still have plenty to delve into. joining me on our news panel tonight are paul rogers, "san jose mercury news" environment writer. peter he
of thousands of revolvers in the country and they are not illegal in california. let me go to the semiauto that the officers carry, neck, any questions on the revolver. >> for each bullet have you to pull the trigger. >> that is correct, each time that you have to turn it and it fire and turns. >> if it is a semi, or a revolver you have to press the trigger every time for each round to come out. >> in 1994, 18 years ago jim galf was killed at pioneer franklin and we all did not have the same guns at the time, some still had revolvers and others had purchased semiauto mat semi auto mat ticks and where the suspect had a german ak 47 and held off 120 police officers for a half hour firing 500 rounds before the swat took him out and prompted the department to go to a standardized weapon just so that we would have a chance. >> that is correct. >> this is a semiauto. also inoperatable. it is one that the police department carries, it is semiauto. you have to pull the trigger every time to fire. thank you. >> it has a magazine, a magazine in the weapon. it holds 12 rounds, and actually the magazi
on "california country," find out why it's always a time to celebrate citrus in california and now more than ever, thanks to some pint-sized products. >> it's like a nice little snack that people have. it's--i don't know. i mean, they kind of-- they make me happy. >> then see why making wine is music to these men's ears. >> ♪ this is dedicated to the one i... ♪ >> now he's gonna sing. >> ♪ love >> well, sort of. heh. next, they're a salad staple, but not all greens are created equal. find out how to pick the best and what to do with them. it's all ahead, and it starts now. [captioning made possible by california farm bureau federation] for anybody who has tried a piece of fresh california citrus, it's not surprising it's been called the best in the west. and it's yet another of the products that made the golden state a leading force in the world of agriculture. california is the leading producer of fresh citrus fruits. but as the industry has gotten larger, the size of the fruit has actually gotten smaller. in fact, many think that this little guy may be a big part of the future of citrus f
>>> good evening, and welcome to "this week in northern california." i'm scott shafer. well, we hoped we'd be talking about this week's super bowl victory parade for the san francisco 49ers, but it didn't quite work out that way. the good news, well, we still have plenty to delve into. joining me on our news panel tonight are paul rogers, "san jose mercury news" environment writer. peter hecht, "sacramento bee reporter" and author of "weed land" due out later this year from university of california press. and kara swisher, editor of "all things digital." well, silicon valley's economic growth is outpacing the rest of the state in terms of jobs and per capita income. posting some of the highest numbers since the recession. that according to a study released today at the annual state of the valley conference in san jose. kara, you were there with the movers and shakers in the valley. give us a sense of the mood. are people feeling good about the economy? >> it's the one part of the economy across globally that the u.s. excels in and continues to excel in, and, you know, there's be
a message of thanks from theedthv the president of the california grand jurors association. unfortunately because of health reasons i cannot attend the grand jury public service announcement narrated by the lieutenant governor gavin newsome. so i cannot be here personally to thank you, i use this message to relay my appreciation and thanks as the president of the california grand jurors association to all those involved in the creation, production and ultimate distribution of the psa. i hope you liked it by the way, when you watched it. >> they did a great job. it was great. [laughter] >> first and foremost we thank the lieutenant governor, the star of the production, for lending his presence, prestige, and stature and or -- or ratory to the project. ken mali, script writer, director and producer brought this idea to reality. * we also acknowledge and thank the man behind the camera, richard. and who edited and filmed the psa. and finally my thanks to my tga partner and our vice president bolting house and to my colleague and predecessor keith north for their leadership in moving the psa
>> coming up on "california country," meet some of the folks responsible for adding a little zest to our lives. then, what a chef wants, this man will find. tag along with us as we go on a produce pursuit in northern california. then, meet a farmer who is surrounded by his favorite things--his berries and his brothers. finally, think starting a vegetable garden is hard? our expert has advice to get you started and on your way to a homegrown meal in no time. it's all ahead, and it starts now. [captioning made possible by california farm bureau federation] >> so we all know that california is king when it comes to growing citrus. and when it comes to growing lemons, no one is bigger than this ventura county farm. and with over 7,000 acres of lush lemon trees, limoneira isn't just the biggest lemon grower in california, but in all of north america. based in santa paula, the farm is a testament to what hard work and determination can do. founding fathers nathan blanchard and wallace hardison first bought the land way back in 1893 and named the ranch limoneira, which means "lemon lands
another secret ingredient to her frozen treat: california- produced milk. she only uses premium milk with the high butterfat that is so rich and creamy you can taste it in every bite. and for that, she relies on the hundreds of dairy farms that call california home. one of those farms is the giacomazzi family dairy in hanford. for more than 100 years now, they've taken care of the land and the countless number of dairy cows they've had on the farm, all in an effort to supply healthy, wholesome milk to people across the nation. >> it is my responsibility as a dairy farmer to not only produce a very-high-quality product that has amazing nutritional value, but also to do it in a responsible way. animals as part of our family in addition to being part of our business, and so our values require us to treat them with respect and make sure they're taken care of. >> in addition to caring for his animals, dino has won numerous environmental awards for his conservation efforts at the farm. he says for him, being a dairy farmer isn't a job or a career, it's a lifestyle, and as a multigeneration
>> welcome, everyone, to this launch of the public service announcement on behalf of the california grand jury's association. i'd like to thank all of you for being here today. being in the presence of such a political [speaker not understood], reminds me of a story a good friend of mine told me about meeting president george h.w. bush. he was in washington meeting with willard e. mills in arkansas at the time mr. mills was the chair of the house ways and means committee, probably one of the most powerful and influential people in washington. upon being introduced to the president, my friend was struck speechless. he just was stammering and stuttering. at which point the president put his hand on his shoulder and said, it's okay, dan, i always get nervous around him, too. [laughter] >> it's a special honor for me to be here today. i'd like to introduce our special guest, lieutenant government gavin newsome. it (applause) at the thank you. >> also represent state mark malone's office tom ammiano. (applause) * >> all will return momentarily, i'm sure. paul henderson, representing mayo
. at this time i'd like to say a few words about the california grand jurors association. it's an all volunteer group, 501(c) (3) dedicated to promoting the participation in the grand jury system, qualifies applicants to be grand jurors, bidthv awareness so we have consumers of the grand jury's product, report. at this point i'd like to turn it over for some lengthy introductions. >> thank you. thank you, keith. welcome, everybody. we're glad to see so many friendly faces. as president of the chapter in san francisco now for 3-1/2 years and have been really proud of our board who has done so much great work. when i call your name, if you could just stand and say hi. leslie, vice president, and she has been very instrumental in publishing the gazette which i believe that you have picked up. if you haven't, over here by the entrance, there are copies for you to see. the gazette summarizes the previous jury's work as well as explains what the jury is all about. and how you can apply to be a juror. and this is our fourth issue. so, thank you for your hard work. julian hansen is secretary and she's
farms that call california home. one of those farms is the giacomazzi family dairy in hanford. for more than 100 years now, they've taken care of the land and the countless number of dairy cows they've had on the farm, all in an effort to supply healthy, wholesome milk to people across the nation. >> it is my responsibility as a dairy farmer to not only produce a very-high-quality product that has amazing nutritional value, but also to do it in a responsible way. animals as part of our family in addition to being part of our business, and so our values require us to treat them with respect and make sure they're taken care of. >> in addition to caring for his animals, dino has won numerous environmental awards for his conservation efforts at the farm. he says for him, being a dairy farmer isn't a job or a career, it's a lifestyle, and as a multigenerational d@iry farmer, it's a lifestyle he hopes to continue well into the future. >> well, i think i have somewhat of a responsibility to my family's legacy. i'm the fourth generation, and we've been doing this now 117 years in the same place
associated with a couple of bank robberis in southern california, returned to the area after conducting some other investigations. when they returned to the area, they were, they met with the vehicle was occupied and they were met with an occupied vehicle and at which time they stopped the other car and engaged the vehicle. the suspect ignored the commands of the officers to stop to get out of his car to show his hands. he reversed the car and headed in the direction of the police vehicle. the officers there were three of them and they had split triangle and one officer became pinned sbaoen two vehicles and another officer retreated and backed up until his path was blocked. two of the officers at that point opened fire and the suspect was mortally injured. in that case, the finding was that it was in policy. the officers have acted in defense of themselves and in defense of others. so, the fourth quarter summary of officer-involved shooting investigations, as of this point there is 12 open investigations. 1102 is now closed having presented the fdrb, the summary letter that i believe that yo
report, a, status update on clean power sf program, b, status update on proceedings at the california public utilities commission. >> thank you very much and we have presentations from barbara hale of the pcp and nancy miller from lafco, i didn't see you over there. >> barbara hale, assistant general manager for power, we provided some handouts that are available to the public and to the commissioners, i just wanted to give you a quick update on three items, where things are at with the sfpuc and the california public utilities commission, the status of our customer notification and education plan and an update on our legislation related to clean energy and ms. radica fox will provide the legislative update for you, with respect to the first item, the sfpuc activities, we are progressing as planned, we are on time as our time schedule, we have rated options possible at our commission on march 12th, at that time, we'll be presenting our commission with a customer poll results, we'll be presenting the not to exceed rate for adoption and possible adoption, consideration and possible adop
>> coming up on "california cotntry"...meet the boy on the label that is now the man in charge. and wait until you see what they're growing at one farm. trust me, you'll want to stay tuned for that. plus, we're getting giddy for goats. and our grocery store guru is back with some inside tips on picking potatoes. it's all ahead, and it starts now. [captioning made possible by california farm bureau federation] >> welcome to "california country." i'm your host, tracy sellers. our first story today involves a family that has taken the lessons of the past to ensure success today and in the future as well. take a walk through your average produce aisle these days and there are more choices than ever, but one farm has a very eye-catching marketing strategy to entice you. and it all has to do with the bright picture of a lile boy named andy. but have you ever stopped to wonder, who is this andy boy guy anyway? >> andy boy's my father, andy d'arrigo, he's the face on the label and a lot of people ask, is there an andy boy and i say, yes, there is. >> who is this? >> yep. it's me. >> oh
events. check us out on >> coming next on "california country," meet one couple who went from erving food to growing food, then take a trip to the school that is cooking up some of the top chefs in the world, and see how one family has been going and growing strong for more than 90 years now. plus learn some great new repes from some of our favorite chefs. that's all ahead, and it starts now. [captioning made possible by california farm bureau federation] welcome to the show. i'm your host tracy sellers. today we're in sacramento at one of the really iconic restaurants of this city, the riverside clubhouse. you know, it's a place that's known for, well, the large cow that's atop it. kind of unique, right? that brings us to our first story. you know, in san francisco, they have more than 3,500 restaurants, and it's a number that's constantly changing because of some closing and some opening, but we found one restaurant that takes the farm-to-floor concept to an entirely different level. you may remember matthew and terces engelhart from our story a few years ago. they're the owners of
taken a sudden turn for the worse throughout california. >> also, reporting on the language used by the governor in zrik a campaign to steal california jobs. dangers of using machines to tenderize beef. abc 7 news i team reports it >>> some breaking news out of the pacific. hawaiian islands on alert for a possible tsunami after a large earthquake rattled the south pacific. an 8.0f]q.÷gnitude earthquake struck the solomon islands about an hour ago our time. deciding whether or not to issue a tsunami watch or a warning in those two areas. the warning is in effect for solomon island area. >> you probably already know there is a surge in bay area gas prices. tonight you're paying from $3.85 to $3.95 on average. prices urk see here are all about 22 cents higher than a week ago. so what is behind this increase? laura? >> well this surge in california has mostly happened in the past week, 24 cents per gallon on a gallon of regular unleaded. gas prices in california about 16 cents higher than they were this time laughter. the gas stations make transition from winter to summer blend but
department. >> representing san francisco, police. lay has filed an application with the california department of beverage control seeking a license for 313 ivy street and for the purpose of this hearing, the california department of alcohol befrage control seeks a determination to the board of supervisors as to the approval or denial. >> from the time period, july 2011 to july, 2 on 12, there is no calls for service at this location or police reports. this is located in plot 558. and applicant premises is not located in a high crime area. >> it is located in the census track, 162.00. and the premises is currently located in an undue concentration area. there was no record of any letters of protests with the california department of alcohol beverage control and no record of letters p support and there is one letter of support that was registered with the northern police station. no opposition from northern station, and as long as they agree to the recommended conditions. alu recommends the following conditions. number one, sale, service, and consumption of alcohol, beverages will be
researchers at the california academy. >> this couldn't have been more site specific to this place and we think just visually in terms of its scupltural form it really holds its own against the architectural largest and grandeur of the building. it is an unusual compelling object. we think it will draw people out on the terrace, they will see the big cone and say what is that. then as they approach the cone tell hear these very unusual sounds that were obtained from the cornell orinthology lab. >> we have the largest recording of birds, mammals, frogs and insects and a huge library of videos. so this is an absolutely perfect opportunity for us to team up with a world renown, very creative inspirational artist and put the sounds and sights of the animals that we study into a brand-new context, a context that really allows people to appreciate an esthetic way of the idea that we might live in the world without these sounds or sites. >> in the scientific realm it is shifting baselines. we get used to less and less, diminished expectations of what it was. >> when i came along lobsters six fee
california tax -- taxpayers are hipping former nfl players who suffered injuries on the field. >> and a deadly tour bus crash in southern california and the death toll is mounting. we'll explain what happened. >> and a hitchhike better a hatchet is a hero after >>> records were set in the super bowl including at half time. >> one, two, three four. >> beyonce's half time show was a twitter sensation. it was one of the most hyped events of the game, and when she reunited with the former members of destiny's child the twitter verse blew up. twitter experienced about 270,000 related tweets per minute of half time. that is about six million in all. >> that's incredible. and she nailed it, and yes she sang live. >> yes, she did. >>> when it comes to football injury is part of the game, but who pays for the injuries nfl players suffer over the course of their career? >> in someways it costs you the taxpayer some 3,000 nfl players who never played for a california-based team who have workers comp cases pending in the california courts. >> now a closer look. >> some call the nfl an ind
, everybody. intellectually curious about a lot of things. he is on the five. texas declares war on california. trying to poach businesses from the golden state. fascinating situation. then, dennis miller who is intellectually curious on putin using the r and b group boys to men to urge russians to have sex. we are not kidding about this. this is happening. >> bill: with the economy shaky, some states are trying to poach business from other states. the most intense battle is between texas and california. >> building a business is tough. but i hear building a business in california is next to impossible. this is texas governor rick perry, and i have a message for california businesses. come check out texas. there are plenty of reasons texas has been named the best state for doing business for 8 years running. visit texas wide open for business.com. and see why our low taxes, sensible regulations, and fair legal system are just the thing to get your business moving. >> bill: that ad is running in most large california cities and of course is very controversial. joining us now from fort worth, te
>>> and in san francisco california, and beyond. >> and in san francisco california, and beyond - one billion rising. >> one billion rising. >>> that you all very much and if you care, now turn to the person next to you and tell them out loud your personal pledge. >> . >> you do you want to dance? i can't hear you do you want to dance? >> student: one billion rising one billion rising let the world hear you. >> one billion rising. >> revolting this moment. one billion rising. let us move and thank you so much for being here and supporting the movement. (applause) we will be dancing this is but some people will not and cannot dance so would you be so kind to open up the stage for this to fill up.? more space again, you can go all the way to the street. [inaudible] gather around ... we need more space on this side >> welcome, everyone, to this launch of the public service announcement on behalf of the california grand jury's association. i'd like to thank all of you for being here today. being in the presence of such a political [speaker not understood], reminds me of a story a goo
of them is a silicon valley ceo. >> legal brief was sent, who are challenging california's voter approved proposition 8 and signing on to help return the ban on gay marriage where 80 republicans, including hew let hew letlet packard. >> civil unions provide virtually l the rights and remedies to gay and lesbian couples that marriage does. and that definition, marriage, is a religious term that should be between a man and a woman. >> this is what whitman wrote today. i have come to embrace same-sex marriage after a period of careful review and reflection. same-sex couples and children should have equal access to benefits of marriage. >> i think it's wonderful. i'm thrilled that they have recognized that this is something they need to do. >> san jose state sociology professor spent decades fighting dediscrimination. >> i think people are finally getting that message. it's not really about you and your life and how you live your life and what you believe in. it's about you believing that people have equal opportunity. >> the legal brief exposes a divide in the republican party with co
throughout this broadcast. texas versus california, texas going after californian gold, a red state versus blue state battle. who is winning? that is tonight's "chalk talk." why can't our political leaders just be honest about our economy? wall street legend with the answers next. lou: the economic consequences of the sequester have president obama in the white house trying to find anyway in the world congress may bail him out. more trying to talk about this administration trying to avoid consequences, but first, it was an unremarkable day on wall street so of course i will remark the dow rising seven-point, s&p up a point, the nasdaq lower by three, 3.5 billion shares traded on the big board, the bond market prices modestly setting rates lower, treasury 10-year yield back to 1.97%. the commodity market, oil flat, called up by 30 per ounce, and our next guest says every american knows its federal spending is out of control. the fed is printing money so fast there is a constant hum. because of all this, republicans are steadfast preaching economic growth, no further tax increases and someho
. texas versus california, texas going after californian gold, a red state versus blue state battle. who is winning? that is tonight's "chalk talk." y can't our political leaders just be honest about our economy? wall street legend with the answers next. ♪ making the big romantic gesture. that's powerful. verizon. get a droid razr m by motorola in pink for $49.99. email marketing from constant contact reaches people in a place they're checking every day -- their inbox. and it gives you the tools to create custom emails that drive business. it's just one of the ways constant contact can help you grow your small business. sign up for your free trial today at constantcontact.com/try. lou: the economic consequences of the sequester have president obama in the white house trying t find anyway in the world congress may bail him out. more trying to talk about this administration trying to avoid consequences, but first, it was an unremarkable day on wall street so of course i will remark the dow rising seven-point, s&p up a point, the nasdaq lower by three, 3.5 billion shares traded on the big
be divorced because i'd be too much time at home. >> for "california country," i'm tracy sellers. by the way, if you like those recipes that chef todd whipped up, they're actually on our website, so check them out. coming up next, you know, there are a lot of farms in california, but none quite like this next one. stay tuned fgr it after the break. >> welcome back to "california country." you know, the great thing about living in california is it seems like just about anything can grow here. don't believe me? well, check out this next story as proof. so i've been working on this show for about 8 years now, and i am still amazed at all of the things that can grow here in california. including this guy. what the hech is this? any guesses? ok, here's a hint for you. it's crucial to jennifer bjorklund's job here at the dolphin bay resort in pismo beach. >> yes, people definitely comment on them. they like them. the fact that they're green, 'cause they're grown locally in nipomo, about 20 minutes away from here. >> so if you haven't guessed by now, we're talking about the luffa spgnge. believe it
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